Sample Box

 18.90 23.10

Don’t know which filter coffee to choose? ☕

Maybe the new sample box containing 5x60g of coffee can help you. Its contents are continuously updated according to the coffees currently available.

You can order the sample box for your home, invite your friends, and organize cupping. This can help you find out what coffee you like best and make ordering easier in the future. Or you can get it as a gift, wrapped in our coffee-world illustration bag.

You’ll soon learn how to make cupping at home on our blog.


Currently, our Sample Box consists of:
Kenya – Kii AB
Nicaragua – Los Nubarrones
Brazil – Manga Larga
Uganda – Zebigi
Ethiopia – Bombe



Kenya – Kii AB Washed

Country: Kenya
Region: Mount Kenya
Processing station: Kii
Altitude: 1800 m.a.s.l.
Variety: SL28 & 34, Ruiru11, Batian
Processing: washed
Taste profile: Red currant, lime, linden blossom

The Kii processing station or factory in Kenya, managed by the Rungeto Farmers’ Cooperative Society, is known for its commitment to producing exceptional coffee. The factory carefully selects only the ripest cherries, conducts meticulous processing, and uses raised beds for optimal drying, resulting in high-quality coffee sought after in the specialty coffee market.

Rwanda – Tumba Natural

Country: Rwanda
Region: Rulindo district, Northern Province
Altitude: 1776 m.a.s.l.
Variety: Red Bourbon
Processing: Natural
Taste profile: pomegranate, milk chocolate, lime

In Rwanda’s Northern Province, in the heart of Africa, is the Tumba processing station. The road from Kigali to Tumba lies high in the mountains. It reveals an impressive landscape of bright green hills dotted with farms as far as the eye can see. Here, the processing station operates, turning ripe coffee cherries into delicious coffee.

Brazil – Manga Larga Natural 

Country: Brazil
Region: Tres Pontas, Sul de Minas
Processing station: Rancho Grande
Altitude: 950 m.a.s.l.
Variety: Acaia
Processing: natural
Taste profile: dates, Baileys, lemon grass

Brazil is generally considered a country where coffee tastes are conservative and even boring for some; it certainly does not include the coffee from Rancho Grande farm and their Manga Larga project. In the cup, you can find extraordinary tastes rarely found in Brazilian coffee, such as tones of dates, Baileys, and lemongrass.

Uganga – Zebigi Washed

Country: Uganda
Region: Upper Bukyabo
Processing station: Coffee Gardens
Altitude: 1800-2200 m.a.s.l.
Variety: SL14, SL28, Nyasaland
Processing: washed
Taste profile: Chamomile tea with lemon, and hazelnut cream

This coffee was grown high in the Ugandan mountains near the village of Zebigi and processed by Coffee Gardens. The coffee company has a station below the mountain where most farmers live; they know all of them in person. They blend the coffee into micro lots by combining coffees with similar flavor characteristics processed on the same day.

Ethiopia – Bombe Washed

Country: Ethiopia
Region: Sidamo
Processing station: Bombe
Altitude: 2200 m.a.s.l.
Variety: Heirloom (indigenous varieties)
Processing: dry fermentation
Taste profile: jasmine, bergamot, black tea, honey cake, apricots

Imagine the high mountain county called Bombe, its lush green vegetation, and amongst it, the indigenous varieties of Ethiopian coffee trees. Here, farmers cultivate their small fields and hand-pick the results of their labor to take to a processing station. It gives them a fair price and processes their coffee cherries in a progressive and environmentally friendly way.

This is exactly how this coffee is grown and processed using a somewhat unconventional dry fermentation method. Thanks to this, what you can find in your cup is jasmine, bergamot, black tea, honey cake, and apricots.

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